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Series GSE89581 Query DataSets for GSE89581
Status Public on Sep 18, 2017
Title Identification of FOXJ1 effectors during ciliogenesis in the fetal respiratory epithelium and embryonic left-right organizer of the mouse - Lung subscreen A
Organism Mus musculus
Experiment type Expression profiling by array
Summary Formation of motile cilia in vertebrate embryos is essential for proper development and tissue function. Key regulators of motile ciliogenesis are the transcription factors FOXJ1 and NOTO, which are conserved throughout vertebrates. Downstream target genes of FOXJ1 have been identified in a variety of species, organs and cultured cell lines; in murine embryonic and foetal tissues, however, FOXJ1 and NOTO effectors have not been comprehensively analysed and our knowledge of the downstream genetic programme driving motile ciliogenesis in the mammalian lung and ventral node is fragmentary. We compared genome-wide expression profiles of undifferentiated E14.5 vs. abundantly ciliated E18.5 micro-dissected airway epithelia as well as Foxj1+ vs. Foxj1-deficient foetal (E16.5) lungs of the mouse using microarray hybridisation. 326 genes deregulated in both screens are candidates for FOXJ1-dependent, ciliogenesis-associated factors at the endogenous onset of motile ciliogenesis in the lung, including 123 genes that have not been linked to ciliogenesis before; 46% of these novel factors lack known homologues outside mammals. Microarray screening of Noto+ vs. Noto null early headfold embryos (E7.75) identified 59 of the lung candidates as NOTO/FOXJ1-dependent factors in the embryonic left-right organiser that carries a different subtype of motile cilia. For several uncharacterised factors from this small overlap – including 1700012B09Rik, 1700026L06Rik and Fam183b – we provide extended experimental evidence for a ciliary function.
Overall design The Microarray experiment was conducted in dual-colour mode using amplified, fluorescently labelled material from E14.5 and E18.5 micro-dissected airway epithelial samples for co-hybridisation on one microarray. In order to enable inspection of intensity values, dual-colour results were integrated into a single-color GEO matrix.
Contributor(s) Stauber M, Weidemann M, Dittrich-Breiholz O, Lobschat K, Alten L, Mai M, Beckers A, Kracht M, Gossler A
Citation(s) 27914912
Submission date Nov 06, 2016
Last update date Sep 18, 2017
Contact name Oliver Dittrich-Breiholz
Organization name Medical School Hannover
Department Research Core Unit Genomics
Street address Carl-Neuberg-Str. 1
City Hannover
ZIP/Postal code 30625
Country Germany
Platforms (1)
GPL7202 Agilent-014868 Whole Mouse Genome Microarray 4x44K G4122F (Probe Name version)
Samples (2)
GSM2384894 E14.5 lung epithelium
GSM2384895 E18.5 lung epithelium
This SubSeries is part of SuperSeries:
GSE89717 Identification of FOXJ1 effectors during ciliogenesis in the fetal respiratory epithelium and embryonic left-right organizer of the mouse
BioProject PRJNA352628

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